|Reviews for Renaissance|
| Bob Wallace 3/14/06 . chapter 1
A beautiful evocation of beauty and hope rising from the drab, dreary grind; how many of us plough the same weary furrow without looking beyond the rainbow?
| catseyeview 5/8/04 . chapter 1
"So used to sloth and apathy of customary art," These are stand out lines in itself in this poem. A very philosophical piece.
| The Piano 2/29/04 . chapter 1
another brilliant how in the bloody hell are you so good at this you totaly have a gift here dude
| Endless Nightmares 2/23/04 . chapter 1
Ehh- Getting those review alerts heh.
Did it again my friend. Your work is just excellent, and I believe that is very cool.
Whispers In Silence
| Ente 2/22/04 . chapter 1
i really liked the last verse! everything becoming dust...anyway great poem! _
| AntiPleasure 2/17/04 . chapter 1
-major smiles- I like your style of writing and the way you use your vocabulary, it's inpeccable. This was a very good piece I must say. Thanks very much for your review, that made my whole night. ) Keep writing.
| dave mclean 2/4/04 . chapter 1
i thought this was really good. i liked how you brought the imagery from one line to another so smoothly. there's a word for it but i can't remember. thanks for your praise. you should read some camus if you haven't, i think you'd really like him.
| mizu no kokoro 1/27/04 . chapter 1
very true, at least to me Very nice, keep up the good work!
Never the same
| AngelX3 1/26/04 . chapter 1
this is a good poem even though it is sort of short. i like the imagery and the way it was written. Kudos. please r/r me sometime, i don't get any revies unless i review people.
| katyruth 1/26/04 . chapter 1
nice poem. i like the way the words roll off of my tongue when read aloud. the only suggestion i have, is that i don't like how that one line begins with "Oh..." It kind of disrupts the rhythm, i think. check out some of my stuff if you get a chance and keep writing!